lifeblood: listlogs: 2000-12a


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date:         thu, 30 nov 2000 21:26:38 -0800
reply-to:     bliss55 <bliss55@email.msn.com>
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subject:      re: my five minutes... actually igc too!
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<<and i kind of don't understand the reference, because he was saying it
because she was crying, but it was still funny...

anyhow, if any of you were listing to alice radio this morning in the
bay area, that was me.>>

sarah and vinnie!  i don't actually listen to them much, but i've heard them
make multiple references to how the indigo girls make sarah cry.  usually
it's in some form of vinnie making fun of sarah.  how funny that he did it
again while a listee was on the phone. :)
i wish i was listening this morning...

leslie

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date:         fri, 1 dec 2000 06:47:45 -0500
reply-to:     jarrons44@hotmail.com
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from:         j s <igsoulmate@hotmail.com>
subject:      atlanta tourist nigc
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hey intimatestrangers--

i'm going to be in atlanta (driving down from baltimore) on december 9th.  i
was wondering if any kind listee could point me in the right direction when
it comes to cool events happening that night.  i'm already considering the
kristen hall show at eddie's... if there are still tickets.  any other
suggestions??

thanks
jamie
:)
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date:         fri, 1 dec 2000 08:26:38 -0800
reply-to:     carrielou <carrie827@yahoo.com>
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subject:      emory wheel ig articles
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here are the links to the emory paper's articles on
the ig concert from tuesday.

an editorial about the mass exodus when the music
ended.

http://www.emory.edu/wheel/issue/00dec01/editorial7.html

the facutally incorrect at times story about the
concert.

http://www.emory.edu/wheel/issue/00dec01/arts3.html

and nigc, but frightening, here is the letter to the
editor stating that catcalls are a compliment, and not
offensive.  also filled with doses of heterosexism.

http://www.emory.edu/wheel/issue/00dec01/letter1.html


enjoy
:)carrie

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date:         fri, 1 dec 2000 12:03:22 -0500
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subject:      ig and michelle malone
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hello all.
i have a favor to ask. does anyone have any quotes from amy and/or emily in
reference to michelle? you know, something that speaks of her talent, songs,
etc? if you can, please pass them on to me...i'm trying to make a poster to
publicize an event. thanks!
b
ps-also, i'm not on the full list...only the news-list so if you can respond
privately, that would be so helpful!!!
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date:         fri, 1 dec 2000 16:21:14 -0600
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subject:      sorta igc
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okay so i broke down and got my daughter some fish and a tank last week or so. 4 fish. after a day or so, one was missing  found bits all over. yesterday went home and found that the two others were also gone....seems perhaps the tuxedo fish got hungry..anyway...caught myself humming "gone again" as i cleaned out the tank.
i am on my way now to go buy the replacement fishes before i get mariah.....

the song is still running thru my head......sparks

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date:         mon, 1 jan 2001 09:31:56 -0500
reply-to:     mary post <mbpost@earthlink.net>
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subject:      ntotally igc
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this morning i woke up with a christmas carol on my mind with different
words...but it started like this:

i'm dreaming of katie couric
and what a great lesbian she would be
she's cute and bouncy and rich
plus she's got a great personality

so all you people, straight, gay, rich, poor, diverse and not
diverse..do you have a verse to add?  it's much too early in the morning
for me to go to;

i'm dreaming of touring with the ig's


get it?  so if you have a verse, send it to me, i will add it and
compile a list.  consider this a way that i can avoid work and cleaning
etc.  consider this a way to help someone avoid the holiday stresses.

peace,
mary

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date:         sat, 2 dec 2000 09:37:16 est
reply-to:     earthgrrl0@aol.com
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if anybody has the "on the road to austin" video would you email me
privately? if you *have* it and are willing to make me a copy if i send you a
blank :) i've been trying to get a copy of this sucker for at least 4
years....still haven't seen it yet dangit! thanks in advance


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<br>if anybody has the "on the road to austin" video would you email me <br>privately? if you *have* it and are willing to make me a copy if i send you a <br>blank :) i've been trying to get a copy of this sucker for at least 4 <br>years....still haven't seen it yet dangit! thanks in advance
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date:         sat, 2 dec 2000 09:44:15 est
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emphasis on the "ak" *gag*. i can't stand it either. i heard power of two (i
think that's what it was) years ago in the grocery store. i think it cheapens
whoevers music it happens to be. kind of like losing the meaning in the
translation, if you ask me. i can't stand midi's either. it's just a computer
version of musak.
my .02
-earthgrrl

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<br>emphasis on the "ak" *gag*. i can't stand it either. i heard power of two (i <br>think that's what it was) years ago in the grocery store. i think it cheapens <br>whoevers music it happens to be. kind of like losing the meaning in the <br>translation, if you ask me. i can't stand midi's either. it's just a computer <br>version of musak.
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date:         sat, 2 dec 2000 22:57:35 est
reply-to:     bmw87k100@aol.com
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from:         "thomas b. pierce" <bmw87k100@aol.com>
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this is not really non-ig, since they seem very life'affirming, if you know
what i mean.
so my question is, why should i not kill myself?  why not cease to be a drain
on everyone around me?  i have done some good, but what is the point?  can
anyone here honestly tell me that any of this matters?  i'm beginning to
think life is a cruel joke, if it were'nt so obviously random in its cruelty.
the sublime gifts such as ig, beethoven, sylvia plath,,i could go on...only
make things more poignant.  i look at the majesty of the night sky here on
the california coast, and i see coldness. cruelty.  indifference.
sorry for the bummer.

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date:         sun, 3 dec 2000 03:43:43 est
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subject:      austin vid and thomas
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found someone with a copy of the on the road to austin vid! thanks!!!!!
thomas, reason to live: life itself. it sucks most of the time, yes. but
there are so many wonderful things out there to be joyous about. clouds in
the sky, bird songs, squirrels bouncing around, children laughing (that's the
best), seeing people in love (even if it's not you, it's still lovely to
witness), good books, great friends, dancing, music, good movies, hearing
your favorite song on the radio, having a total strange dog come up to you
with love in its heart and spend five minutes playing with you (happened to
me today :) ), having a total stranger smile and say hi.
and if all else fails, move to texas....there's lots of nice folks here :)
hope you're feeling better soon hon :) *hugs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!*
brighest blessings and lots of love to ya,
earthgrrl

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<br>found someone with a copy of the on the road to austin vid! thanks!!!!!
<br>thomas, reason to live: life itself. it sucks most of the time, yes. but <br>there are so many wonderful things out there to be joyous about. clouds in <br>the sky, bird songs, squirrels bouncing around, children laughing (that's the <br>best), seeing people in love (even if it's not you, it's still lovely to <br>witness), good books, great friends, dancing, music, good movies, hearing <br>your favorite song on the radio, having a total strange dog come up to you <br>with love in its heart and spend five minutes playing with you (happened to <br>me today :) ), having a total stranger smile and say hi.
<br>and if all else fails, move to texas....there's lots of nice folks here :)
<br>hope you're feeling better soon hon :) *hugs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!*
<br>brighest blessings and lots of love to ya,
<br>earthgrrl</font></html>

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date:         sun, 3 dec 2000 04:07:56 est
reply-to:     bmw87k100@aol.com
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thanks for all the great, caring responses.  the people who like indigo girls
are my kind of people.  i'm sorry to bring y'all down but i just can't get
over this feeling of hopelessness right now.  ig music has helped me in the
past, so i'm hoping i can do some ig therapy now.
i took a lot of pills and alcohol to be unconscious because i have been so
upset about the evil going on around us.  the kind of things ig works
against.  i think i could help if i could find somthing to do withm y life
that made a difference.  i don't care about making a lot o money, i just want
to see the results of my work, and have enough money to live on, and do
somthing worthwhile.  i'm a little naive about how things work though, having
been a motorcycle nomad for 10 years.
i;'llstop babbling now,sorry.   i wish i knew amy, she'd have the right
advice, i'm sure.
well, if i survive the night, i'll talk to y'all later.
love, peace, hope.
--thomas

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date:         sun, 3 dec 2000 14:33:46 est
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subject:      in the life article aug 1997
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i have 4 copies of this newspaper that i don't need. the first 4 people to
respond to this e-mail get a copy of it at no cost.

e-mail privately to guinione@aol.com

i will contact the first 4 people privately to get mailing addresses.

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<html><font face=arial,helvetica><font  color="#400040" size=3 family="sansserif" face="tahoma" lang="0">i have 4 copies of this newspaper that i don't need. the first 4 people to <br>respond to this e-mail get a copy of it at no cost.
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date:         sun, 3 dec 2000 17:55:24 est
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sorry y'all - the offer is closed - i have my 4 listees who responded 1st ...

i may have more goodies, and i continue on my winter clean-up ...

keep an eye out

chris

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<html><font face=arial,helvetica><font  color="#400040" size=3 family="sansserif" face="tahoma" lang="0">sorry y'all - the offer is closed - i have my 4 listees who responded 1st ...
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<br>i may have more goodies, and i continue on my winter clean-up ...
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<br>keep an eye out
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date:         mon, 4 dec 2000 09:35:25 +1100
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
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hey folks,

found this on the newsgroup...

-sherlyn


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subject: re: amy's solo album?
date: sat, 2 dec 2000 20:52:36 -0500

march 6 is the release date for stag (perfect album title, imho).  there
will be a free mp3 on daemon's website soon -- amy's mastering it now.
she's playing it very close to the vest...not even her label manager has
heard any of it yet.

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date:         sun, 3 dec 2000 17:47:27 -0600
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to jen lucero and everyone who reads this,

jen i tried to reach you once more today but for some unkown reason my
emails to you are being returned by the webtv postmaster.

so for future reference,  in regards to thomas b. pierces emails, i want
to urge if anyone
on this list is serious about suicide, nd cannot  ge to a phone here is
a website you can contact www.911.com

jen, i'm asking you to put this website somewhere in the faq for future
reference as it could save someone's life. i tried to find his
whereabouts so i could give it over to 911 after that second email, but
i couldn't access it here, so i'm just hoping that listees will use this
important resource.


peace
barb

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date:         sun, 3 dec 2000 16:15:27 -0800
reply-to:     kendigo <kendigo@joymail.com>
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hey...i remember hearing people on this list talk about the book "daughters of the moon, sisters of the sun" when it first came out, but i never got the book.  i saw a copy for sale on ebay, so i was wondering if it's worth buying.  there's an interview with the indigo girls in there, right?

any opinions on this book?

thanks,
kendra

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date:         sun, 3 dec 2000 19:37:54 -0600
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please contact me.

barb

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date:         sun, 3 dec 2000 19:56:13 -0600
reply-to:     barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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please email me.

barb

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date:         sun, 3 dec 2000 20:57:32 est
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hey,

sorry to post this to the big list, but i tried writing barb and it bounced
back to me.  i was just wondering what is happening w/ the bumperstickers.

thanks,
karen

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<html><font face=arial,helvetica><font  size=2>hey,
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<br>sorry to post this to the big list, but i tried writing barb and it bounced <br>back to me.  i was just wondering what is happening w/ the bumperstickers.
<br>
<br>thanks,
<br>karen
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> march 6 is the release date for stag (perfect album title, imho).  there
> will be a free mp3 on daemon's website soon -- amy's mastering it now.
> she's playing it very close to the vest...not even her label manager has
> heard any of it yet

fyi - they may not be "studio takes" but i've seen/heard several demo type
recordings surface on napster from the daemon tour- and yes, i also have
heard a solo version  of "devotion" that sounded like it should have been a
solo song.

(that isn't criticism at all about the final version, just an observation)

btw - saw p. simon finally do american tune live last night - it brought
goosebumps - did you know willie nelson also has a cover of it on an album?
i thought it was a great show - lots of new stuff, i could complain , but i
wont - yes - recordings exist for prosperity - (hi neil) and no i dont have
it (yet...)

mike r.
*watch for changing email soon*

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karen and all who orderred bumpers.
,
your bumperstickers will be out by tuesday, i was waiting for the what
would amy & emily do bumpers to arrive. they are also here now.

regretfully i misplaced a lot of the orders so if you  want your bumpers
please email me, and
once more tell me what you want.. i know that's bad orgnization on my
part, and for that i humbly applogize to everyone. you don't have to be
exact if you can't remember, i just want you to know the bumpers are all
here, i'm not a fraud.


i will get all envelopes and postage i need.  you don't have to do
anymore since many of you have already sent everything.so before you
flame me note that this was a bigger project than iexpected,  a lot of
emails got acidently deleted i one fell swoop one day, and  i've sort of
avoided telling people that because i don't want people to thn i would
defraud anybody.
or try to hurt anybody in any way.

so sorry for the inconvenience.
barb

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hey folks,

here's the article that carrie mentioned - url is
http://www.emory.edu/wheel/issue/00dec01/arts3.html

-sherlyn

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indigo girls share music, messages of activism
by drew boles
staff writer
and morli desai
entertainment editor

last time they were at emory, it was in academic classes and
residence halls. but when amy ray ('86c) and emily saliers ('85c),
known together as the indigo girls, returned to the woodruff
physical education center tuesday night, their student-status had
faded in the gleam of their star status.

the year of reconciliation committee sponsored the concert,
thinking saliers and ray were an appropriate selection for this
year's theme because of their mass appeal as popular musicians and
their strong political presence. before the indigo girls came out
on stage began, sailer's father, theology professor don saliers,
spoke briefly about the year of reconciliation. the two-hour
performance began with 40 minutes of music followed by 40 minutes
of speaking, in which the indigo girls talked about their life as
activists and then ended with a final song.

"students overall were very happy we had this performance,"said
student programming council president om kakani. "as a whole,
everyone enjoyed the performance who showed up."

however, some reactions to the concert were mixed. "i thought it
was okay, but i expected it to be better because they didn't play
a lot of songs," college sophomore kesha desai said.

while people enjoyed the music, many people left during the
question and answer segment of the performance. "it was my first
time hearing them - wow," said college freshman rose stella. "i
was so surprised that people started leaving during the q and a.
it was very rude."

donning casual clothes and acoustic guitars, ray and saliers took
the stage making a salutary entrance with their hit "galileo." by
the end of the 40-minute set, which included such old-school
favorites as "closer to fine" and "get out the map," nearly all
people in the woodpec were on their feet, dancing and singing
along. "i enjoyed when they had technical difficulties, and the
brunette, amy, showed she was not egotistical and just drowned out
the noise," college senior shanker unnikrishnan said.

while the set spanned the indigo girls' entire career, the
best-received tunes were those from their latest and most
politically charged album, come on now social, including "go," a
five-year endeavor completed at the onslaught of homophobic school
boards, "philosophy of loss," a commentary on the churches of
certain denominations who refuse to ordain gay and lesbian couples
and "faye tucker," a song "for the forgotten on death row," ray
said. these are the songs and the political statements that tie the
indigo girls so firmly to the idea of diversity and reconciliation.

after putting down their guitars, ray and saliers began talking
about their life as political activists. they said their biggest
project to date has been the honor the earth campaign, an
environmental awareness and native american rights coalition that
they helped jumpstart in 1990. based on grassroots ideals, honor
the earth has helped bring attention to abuse of the environment
and native american populations at the hands of the united states
government. saliers said all nuclear wastelands, with the exception
of one, are on the sites of indian reservations.

over the course of the last 10 years, ray and saliershave hosted
four honor-the-earth tours, helping to raise over $1 million for
the organization. as payment for their performance, emory donated
$5,000 to the indigo girls' honor the earth campaign.

the pair said they have had the opportunity to work with charities
because of their successful career. starting out playing in small
bars around the atlanta area during the early 1980s, they garnered
a small, loyal following. in 1988, they signed with epic records
and have since released seven studio albums, two live albums and
one greatest hits album. ray and saliers have been for years
considered an acoustic act and folk duo, their political convictions
are more obvious in their newer songs as they pick up new
instruments, including the electric guitar, the mandolin, the banjo,
the dulcimer and the dobro.

while the indigo girls answered questions ranging from musical
influences to campus residency, their discussion centered mostly
around their sexuality and work within the gay and lesbian movement.
as their career has progressed, their sexuality has become more
overtly infused into their music. ray claims this is simply a
"function of activism," and said that as she and saliers become more
defined in their personal and political lives, their songs follow
suit. expressing gratitude for an open forum on sexuality and
acknowledging it to be a topic never discussed during their college
days, both ray and saliers encouraged the student body and faculty
to reach out and embrace diversity and to "become active in life."

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i'm sorry i posted all that to the list, and thanks to all who responded. i
will try to respond individually if i can.  it was very wrong to tell you all
the things i did and then disappear.  i don't even remember writing some of
it.  i just wanted to let y'all know that i'm ok and i'm really sorry to have
caused this commotion.
--thomas

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december 4
crz4indigo@aol.com (alyssa)
"the best thing you'd ever done for me is to help me take
my life less seriously, it's only life after all."

dec.4
loralei.riney@bannerhealth.com (loralei riney....a.k.a. sparkie)
everything in its own time...keep reaching for the stars...you may not
catch one but you'll get stardust all over ya...

december 5 ('74)
gutegirl@aol.com (amy marie yaeger)

december 7 (1978)
jorel sallaska
sallaska@fas.harvard.edu (jorel)

december 8 (1981)
ddaly5xc@mwc.edu (diana m. daly)


happy birthday to you all!!  *waves to sparkie* see i didn't forget :)

much love and devotion to you all,
audra
bge

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please make arrangements to receive them.
your order has been filled.

peace
barb

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http://www.motherjones.com/sideshow/roundtree.html

ok, so mother jones isn't *too* far out for an ig reference....

this article starts out seriously, but it starts its way into humorland
somehwere in the middle.

its about finding token african-americans in the media.

anyway!

read it!
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hi all....
   i have a quick question and hopefully someone will have an answer.
   recently i have been downloading all sorts of fun christmas songs off of napster while at work and came across what was supposedly sarah mclaughlin, jewel and the girls singing "silent night."
   after downloading it, i thought it sounded remarkably like enya, so much so that i found an enya version of silent night, too.  of course, they turned out to be the exact same song.
   does any one know why there are all of those downloads on napster of enya's version of "silent night" though claming to be by the other 3?  is there really a version of "silent night" out there by the girls?  it would be nice, but i sort of doubt it...
   any enlightenment would be great.  thanks!

peace on earth --
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> does any one know why there are all of those downloads
> on napster of enya's version of "silent night" though
> claming to be by the other 3?  is there really a version
> of "silent night" out there by the girls?  it would be nice,
> but i sort of doubt it...

as far as i know, there isn't a version of "silent night" done by the girls.
none that i've kicked up on napster yet, anyway . . . and i keep trying!

i honestly can't tell you what the deal is with the mistaken attributions.
it happens a lot, i think.  i've heard a friend mention that people
occasionally intentionally mislabel songs just so they'll pop up in searches
and people will download them.  i'm sure there are quite a few other
possible reasons for mistakes to be made . . . people getting an mp3 without
info on the artist, and labeling it (incorrectly) themselves, for one.

among other things, i've encountered an mp3 of the lilith cd's "water is
wide" credited to sarah m., jewel, and the dixie chicks.

. . . now, i love the dixie chicks, but the thought of anyone confusing
natalie maines and amy ray's voices is hysterically funny.

speaking of the chicks, is there *anywhere in existence* a recording of the
time they performed with the girls at lilith?  and is the lisa sullivan
mentioned in the thank you section of the "wide open spaces" liner notes (as
one of the "road rats") is the one and only sulli?

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> speaking of the chicks, is there *anywhere in existence* a recording of
the
> time they performed with the girls at lilith?

denver. 1999, i believe

and is the lisa sullivan
> mentioned in the thank you section of the "wide open spaces" liner notes
(as
> one of the "road rats") is the one and only sulli?

probably.  someone on the list mentioned the fact that sulli was teching for
them now.

>
> sharon g. s. bugante -- shaniezak@la-ex-heds.com
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hi folks,

apologies if this has been mentioned on this list before- i've been on the news list for quite a while but only joined the big list recently as i don't usually have too much time to read lots of lists. :-)

anyway, can somebody tell me the story of how david crosby first heard fare thee well and how he came to record it about 3 years before emily did?

thanks!

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the indigo girls have released seven albums for epic records over the last eleven years, generating over six million in record sales worldwide.  in 1989, this duo of emily saliers and amy ray won the grammy award for best contemporary folk group.  overall, they've received six grammy nominations.  the indigo girl received national attention for canceling an april 2000 concert in south carolina due to controversy surrounding the non-removal of the confederate flag flying over the statehouse there.


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<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/001.htma">current albums you like?</a></font></b>

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<td width="65%"class=cmt valign=top><font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">on <b>title of record</b>: "they rage as hard as any band out there, and yet they're introspective in parts of the songs, and i just love that combination."<br><br></font>
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<tr><td class=ans><font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">joni mitchell: hejira</font></td></tr>
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<br><font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/083.htma">classic bands you like?</a></font></b>

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<tr><td class=ans><font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">led zeppelin</font></td></tr>
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<br><font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/003.htma">soundtracks you like?</a></font></b>

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<br><font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/010.htma">favorite record store?</a></font></b>
corner cds in atlanta</font>
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<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/007.htma">your biggest musical influences?</a></font></b>

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<td width="65%"class=cmt valign=top><font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">on <b>joni mitchell</b>: "she's the biggest.  she's very influential because i started listening to her at a pivotal time in my own development when i was a singer/songwriter and she was so diverse musically and lyrically.  so, i think that she has one of the most powerful combinations of interesting music and powerful lyrics.  she wasn't afraid to break new ground in her records, even though she caught a lot of crap for it."<br><br></font>
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<br><font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/008.htma">best concert you ever saw?</a></font></b>
joni mitchell.  i just saw her the other night actually.  she's playing with a 72-piece orchestra.  but i think my favorite time i saw her was the time before last when she opened for bob dylan.</font>
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<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/009.htma">first concert you ever saw?</a></font></b>
john denver.  that was in atlanta at the omni.  it's so, so, so long ago, like in the '70s.</font>
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<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/004.htma">performance that stands out for you?</a></font></b>
opening up for neil young many years ago.  basically, 'cause he played - not because of us!</font>
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<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/006.htma">moment in studio that stands out for you?</a></font></b>
most recently, having joan osborne come and sing on our record.  and, just sitting in the control room, and having her out in the studio coming up with all these great parts that fit so well, and i just remember sitting there thinking, "i'm so thankful t</font>
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<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/005.htma">musical equipment you like?</a></font></b>
guitar</font>
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<br><font  color="#cc6633"face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="3">books          </font><br><br>
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<tr><td class=ans><font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">chang-rae lee: native speaker & adjust your life</font></td></tr>
<tr><td class=ans><font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">william maxwell: so long, see you tomorrow</font></td></tr>
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<td width="65%"class=cmt valign=top><font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">on <b>all the pretty horses</b>: "just because it just has such a language of the southwest."<br><br>on <b>native speaker & adjust your life</b>: "one of the most impressive writings i've read in a long, long time."<br><br>on <b>so long, see you tomorrow</b>: "one of my favorite writers.  it is very quiet and midwestern, but the things that he's able to point out about humanity and human relationships just seem to span all time and culture."<br><br>on <b>interpreter of maladies</b>: "it won the pulitzer.  i don't even like short stories and this book just blew me away."<br><br></font>
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barnes & noble, mom & pop shops</font>
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<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/012.htma">magazines you like?</a></font></b>

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<td width="65%"class=cmt valign=top><font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">on <b>all about my mother</b>: "i was just so struck by that movie because of the acting and because of the uniqueness of the characters, and it just took you into a whole other world.  i thought it was brilliant."<br><br>on <b>american beauty</b>: "i rarely love hollywood movies, but i love that movie."<br><br>on <b>boys don't cry</b>: "fantastic.  very powerful."<br><br></font>
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<br><font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/018.htma">actor you like?</a></font></b>
kevin spacey</font>
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<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/019.htma">actress you like?</a></font></b>
hilary swank, chloe sevigny, meryl streep, catherine deneuve, susan sarandon</font>
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none</font>
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<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/022.htma">classic tv show you like?</a></font></b>
the mod squad</font>
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<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/027.htma">talk show or host you like?</a></font></b>
the charlie rose show</font>
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<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/030.htma">radio station you like?</a></font></b>
npr</font>
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<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/031.htma">artist you like?</a></font></b>
salvador dali</font>
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<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/032.htma">favorite museum?</a></font></b>
the salvador dali museum in florida</font>
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<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/051.htma">your favorite city?</a></font></b>
new york</font>
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<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/076.htma">a vacation spot you like?</a></font></b>
anywhere on the beach</font>
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<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/062.htma">car you like?</a></font></b>
bmw, porsche</font>
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neil young</font>
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<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/045.htma">a person you would like to meet?</a></font></b>
jesus, joni mitchell</font>
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<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/028.htma">comedian that you like?</a></font></b>
ellen degeneres</font>
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<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/081.htma">artist you would most like to spend a night with?</a></font></b>
you mean sleep with?  i'd love to have a cup of coffee with catherine deneuve.</font>
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<br><font  color="#cc6633"face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="3">clothing       </font><br><br>
<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/047.htma">a new clothing company you like?</a></font></b>
prada</font>
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<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/048.htma">an old school classic clothing company you like?</a></font></b>
levi's</font>
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<font face="verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><font color="#cc6633"><a href="/music/interviews/01q/049.htma">your favorite brand of sneakers?</a></font></b>
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my email's acting up. pity me.

the mp3 thing. yeah, you can name any file pretty much anything. with
napster you get what you pay for.

but what is then happening is that folks are downloading indigo girls mp3s,
burning them to cd, selling them on yahoo and ebay and keeping the incorrect
track/artist information. which is a bit of a giveaway (especially when one
of the songs has nothing to do with the indigo girls).

anyway, back to david crosby.

<<can somebody tell me the story of how david crosby first heard fare thee
well and how he came to record it about 3 years before emily did?>>

presumably he was given it it when he helped out with recording 'galileo'.
(emily performed it on austin city limits around the same time but i'm sure
he didn't hear it there first...)

the 1991 date on 'b-sides 2' is either a typo or a cunning deliberate
mistake, depending. in any event he released his version (which is really
ace, if you ask me) in 1993 on the 'hero' cd single (at least in the uk).
and swamp ophelia came out in what, 1994?

neil
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oops...sorry ya'll about the html...please don't flame me.....

let me know if you have trouble getting to the article.....

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i'll bet i know the answer!

orginally, "fare thee well" was recorded by indigo girls in 1991 for the
"rites of passage" album that was released the next year. david crosby sang
backup during those recording sessions.

for some reason, the song wasn't offically released until the 1994 "swamp
ophelia" collection.

around the time they were finishing "rites of passage"
amy and emily appeared on the pbs show "austin city limits" for the first
time. emily performed the song
during that telecast.

does anyone have any other information?

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thanks for all the quick responses!

>>for some reason, the song wasn't offically released until the 1994 "swamp
ophelia" collection.>>

i wonder how it would have fit into rites of passage...although that would have been two "solo" songs on one album.  i know many quote rop as being their favorite album, but swamp really does it for me, i think it fits quite well there.

>>amy and emily appeared on the pbs show "austin city limits" for the first
time. emily performed the song during that telecast.>>

but doesn't the version on austin city limits have slightly different lyrics?  i'm going from memory here...david's version is much closer to the swamp ophelia version, with only a word or two changed (from memory, "who can say that's better" instead of "who can say what's better")...so perhaps he recorded it after their appearance on austin city limits?  i'll go with neil on the fact that he probably didn't hear it on there first.

and his version is spectacular.  it fits his voice really well, and the light harmonies are superb.  like any good cover should, it touched me in a completely different way than emily's version (which is in my top 3 or 4 ig songs).

jason

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last night my partner and i went out for my bday dinner. i was hesitant cause i didn't feel like spending money on food and such, as we are trying to save and get our house. anyway we foudn a little japanese rest with complete sushi bar and teppan yaki...anyway..it was great!@!!! with your beer you also go a carrafeof saki with each ( my first saki) . the food was great the chef was new ( only a month ) and he did a great job. we were enjoying it all and on the radio came power of two.  we smile at each other, did a toast of saki and kissed. the chef giggled and said tha the and his partner loved that song too. \
pretty cool.
sparkie.....

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okay, i just had to say that i really like that song.  am i the only one?  i
am listening to problem child right now and i must say that i love this
collection of amy songs.  what would i do without my ig boots?  this dry
spell might do me in if it weren't for boots.

i also wanted to send out kudos to neil for this latest great boot tree.  it
truly has some of the best boots in it.  if anyone is still looking for some
of the discs from that offer go ahead and e-mail me.  i am done with all the
ones people have sent me and still have some spare time so i would be
willing to make copies for people who missed out.

that's it from me.  have a good day y'all!

mi rinda

"try making one and one make one.  twist the shapes until everything comes
undone." - emily saliers

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long time reader- first time writer- or whatever you say. i just couldn't resist spreading the word about a great listening opportunity. there is a weekly radio show out of knoxville, tn that is strictly independent artists. the great thing is that it is cyber-cast! i've heard a great variety including such favorites as dar williams! i know this sounds like a station plug- but it isn't. it really is a plug for a great new artist amy hailstone (a fellow ig devotee)! she will be playing a live performance on tomorrow night's show. she has been described as a product from putting sheryl crow and the indigo girls  in a blender. sounds great!
if you like checking out new music- this is the show to listen too.
www.wdvx.com
"writer's block"
every wed. 10pm-11pm est
don't forget to check out tomorrow night especially! you certainly don't want to miss amy hailstone. if you want to know more about her: www.amyhailstone.com
just spreading the word!
*claire*

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just wondering if anyone out there knew how i could get a copy of where have
all the flowers gone.
thanx
denise
ps sunday i went to the album preview of a local indi folk artist, antara.
she was awesome and she has some more dates around new england over the next
month or so.  so if you live in the ne and you get a chance definitly check
her out, you'll be glad you did.


"rock is cool but the struggle's better" --ar
"the less i seek my source, closer i am to fine" --es
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<<i also wanted to send out kudos to neil for this latest great boot tree.
it truly has some of the best boots in it.>>

y'welcome. and (if i do say so myself) you're right. they're not bad at all.
i think indigo originals may be next in line (after b-sides) to be copied
and sold.
fer bummer.

speaking of which, the liner notes to igsorigs are finally up at
www.go.to/neilytones

but yeah, any suggestions on what can be done next boot-wise would be
most welcome.
i have in mind original indigo and indigo guests (original versions of
indigo girls covers / indigo girls as guest artists on others' songs
respectively) but it's not easy to strike the appropriate tone.

along those lines there's still a survey to be filled out if you haven't
already.
http://members.nbci.com/neilytones/survey.html

and if anyone knows where my gerard mchugh cd is...

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hey y'all....

i heard most of this interview as i was waking up this morning.  think
you'll enjoy it.

http://theconnection.org/archive/2000/12/1205b.shtml

peace,
tim
http://www.mp3.com/timbaldwin

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the girls 7/27/00 hob show will be webcast again on dec. 12th. with interview
on-demand (?).  go to www.hob.com., it's part of the 12 days of christmas
series.

enjoy!
brenda ;)

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http://www.hob.com/live/events/001212indigogirls_vh1/

there will be another broadcast of the la hob show for anyone who missed it.

text follows:
indigo girls
from hob sunset strip

24-hour video webcast begins
tuesday, december 12
12:00 pm pst / 3:00 pm edt
after ten years of inspired writing, recording and unabashed honesty, the
indigo girls are still going strong, delivering instantly recognizable music
that has earned them a permanent place within the world of american music.
bold and reflective, 1999's come on now social is an energetic synthesis of
serious contemplation and impassioned action. bold and funny, the record is
another groundbreaking work from the indigo girls, whose story began back in
1985, when amy ray and emily sailers changed the stage name of their dueling
guitar duo from the b-band to the indigo girls. by 1989 the girls had signed
on with epic records, who released their major label, self-titled debut. the
album featured a guest vocal from r.e.m.'s michael stipe, immediately
lending a college- radio legitimacy to the record and paving the way for the
best folk recording grammy they would receive later that year. check out the
duo with this hob.com 24-hour webcast recorded at the house of blues sunset
strip, in los angeles on july 27, 2000.

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my apologies if this already has been posted.

from the spokane spokesman-review:

tunes benefit survivors
susan english - staff writer

singer ani difranco and some of her performing friends have produced a new
benefit album, just in time for the holiday gift-giving season.

difranco, the indigo girls and me'shell ndegeocello, as well as others,
will donate the profits from "octaves beyond silence" to women survivors
of violence and torture in afghanistan, bosnia and rwanda.

the cd is $16.98, available from ladyslipper music on the web at
www.ladyslipper.org (order no. 0bs1). album details are available at
www.octavesbeyondsilence.com.


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firstly, can joe and robbin email me privately? secondly, is there
anyone out there who *hasn't* received a shirt they paid for? i'm
having some major roommate issues that include "lost" mail and
misplaced messages, and have already unearthed two checks in the past
few days...

i just want to know if i should be looking for any others. to
complicate matters, they switched my computer at work and lost all of
my personal email archives, including all the emailed t-shirt orders. i
just want to make sure i'm on top of everything, so please let me know!

thanks -
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i need to know what to do about changing my e-mail address with the list my
address had changed to -----onlyindie4me@yahoo.com------but it might change
again since we are getting a cable modem...take care y'all!

mandy

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hey everybody:

i was just checking the winex website and i saw the issue with emily on the
cover (what a great picture - love the cowboy hat).  underneath it says it's
due to be released on december 10.  i know people have been checking into
it, but i don't know if the issue date has been posted here yet.  i can't
wait to read the article.  not only do i love emily, but i'm a huge fan of
wine.  winex seems like a great magazine - i think i'll pick up the prior
issue.

now that the girls are on a break, i'm trying to get my hands on anything
that includes them.  it's been such a great year for me - being able to see
them 11 times - i just miss them so much, and i'm sure i'm not alone. i'm
going to miss the hob webcast, because i don't have sound on my computer - i
wish they
would put that on vh1 - what an xmas gift that would be for me.

take care
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well for those of you who were kind to tune into the radio show last night, you know that amy hailstone and i weren't able to get to the station. snow and ice hazard. annoying but what can you do. we are rescheduling so i will probably inform you all again. if you decided to check out the show- i do hope you enjoyed. rarely do we have opportunities to hear fresh music or simply music that isn't mainstream on the radio.
i hope everyone is keeping warm! i can't wait for the "southland in the springtime"!
*claire*

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i  lost the bedroom interview which  has been posted to the list, soooo,
since www.nerv.com can't find it, if you have could you please email
me the text and the photo? i'll settle for whatever you can come up
with.   much obliged!!

peace
barb

http://community.webtv.net/ritesofpassage9/foreverindigogirls

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>from billboard.com  (http://www.billboard.com/daily/2000/1207_04.asp)

december 7, 2000

indigo girl amy ray goes 'stag'
amy ray, one half of epic recording artists the indigo girls, will release
her first solo album next year. due march 6 on her own not-for-profit daemon
records, the 10-song "stag" is said to reflect more of her southern punk and
indie rock influences than the pop/folk she creates with emily saliers in the
indigo girls.

ray is backed by durham, n.c.-based punk band the butchies on five tracks
that were recorded by the db's chris stamey. also collaborating with ray on
the self-produced set are daemon artists the rock*a*teens and danielle howle,
as well as the female rock triumvirate of joan jett, luscious jackson's kate
schellenbach, and the breeders' josephine wiggs on the song "hey castrator."

ray is planning to kick off a tour with the butchies in late march to support
the album.

the indigo girls' 15-year career was celebrated with the october release of
"retrospective," a 16-track anthology. the set debuted at no. 123 on the
billboard 200.

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